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Graffiti Free NYC
Learn about City programs aimed at cleaning up and preventing graffiti vandalism.
Complaint Against the NYPD
If you witnessed inappropriate or illegal behavior, or if you want to file a complaint on behalf of someone who did, you can do so using an online form on the Civilian Complaint Review Board website.
Crime and Prevention FAQ
Find out how to find your local precinct; report drug dealing, provide information about a crime; or report abuse against yourself, a child, a domestic partner, or a senior; and more.
Domestic Violence Hotline
If you are a victim of domestic violence and want to talked to a trained counselor, call (800) 621-HOPE free, 24 hours a day.
Elder Abuse and Crime Victims Services
The Department for the Aging directly, and through a network of community-based agencies, sponsors elder abuse prevention activities for older New Yorkers and provides counseling and supportive services to elderly victims of elder abuse in New York City.
Identity Theft
Learn about identity theft and how to prevent it, or file a compliant, by visiting the U.S. Federal Trade Commission's website.
If You See Something, Say Something
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) urges passengers to report suspicious activities and packages to an MTA employee, a police officer, or the anti-terrorism hotline: (888) NYC-SAFE.
Police Precinct Contact Information
Find police precinct contact information for your neighborhood on the NYPD website.
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